Palm Beach North
Palm Beach North is a distinct 10-municipality regional corridor, along with unincorporated areas, located within Palm Beach County, Florida. The individual towns and villages that comprise Palm Beach North are Juno Beach, Jupiter, Jupiter Inlet Colony, Lake Park, Mangonia Park, North Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach Shores, Riviera Beach and Tequesta.
With unspoiled beaches, fishing, parks and more, Juno Beach offers an exceptional quality of life
Juno Beach is located on a barrier island along the Atlantic coastal ridge, where just offshore, you can find Spanish wrecks dating back to the late 1500s. Visit the wonderful bike and nature trails, toss a fishing line off the Juno Pier, or explore the stunning wildlife at Loggerhead Marinelife Center. Juno Beach is a delightful destination for families, a relaxing respite for visitors and a blissful place to celebrate retirement.
From science to snorkeling to Spring Training, Jupiter truly promises something for everyone
Once named among the 10 happiest seaside towns in America by Coastal Magazine, Jupiter is a sprawling municipality full of recreation, innovative industry, stunning beaches, vibrant culture and beautiful residential communities. Additionally, Jupiter is home to the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, which sits atop a site that boasts 5,000 years of regional history, as well as Roger Dean Stadium, which hosts two MLB teams and four Minor League Teams.
Jupiter Inlet Colony
Once dubbed Florida’s Safest Town, beauty overflows in this sleepy beach community
Jupiter Inlet Colony is a small residential community teeming with breathtaking gardens and robust wildlife. And it features perhaps one of the best amenities in the region: The pristine beach is just a short stroll away from every resident’s home. Brick walkways lined with rare, beautiful flowering plants and trees adorn the municipality, which also has a public community park and a private Beach Club. In 2015, Jupiter Inlet Colony was named Safest Town in Florida.
One visit to Lake Park and you’ll understand why it’s known as The Jewel of The Palm Beaches
Here, you’ll discover a gorgeous marina filled with postcard-perfect sailboats, nestled alongside a revitalized downtown center, which features dynamic shopping, culture and arts venues. Beyond the downtown limits, it’s all about the water: direct boater access to the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean, pier and fishing platforms for anglers, a guarded public beach, and a two-acre underwater snorkeling trail.
This small but mighty industrial center is home to a variety of distribution operations
The industrial town of Lake Park was originally part of unincorporated West Palm Beach, but today it is its own independent municipality, covering a small but bustling one square mile. With roughly 75 percent of the town is zoned for industrial use, Mangonia Park is an ideal location for distribution centers, manufacturers, importing/exporting operations and other types of commercial activities.
North Palm Beach
An ideal destination for families, retirees and visitors alike
With old-Florida ranch-style homes, as well as large custom estates, North Palm Beach offers housing choices for a variety of families and lifestyles. Parks and open spaces abound, as do private and public golf courses. In fact North Palm Beach, is home to one of only two Nicklaus Signature Municipal courses in the United States, located at the North Palm Beach Country Club, which also features Har-Tru tennis facilities and an Olympic-size swimming pool.
Palm Beach Gardens
End to end, this thriving metropolis is home to the best amenities South Florida has to offer
Palm Beach Gardens continues to set the standard as a Signature City. It embraces innovation at every turn, from government to business, and has dedicated 30 percent of its land to green space. The City features an award-winning parks and recreation department in addition to a flourishing luxury shopping and dining sector. And the residential communities know no bounds, ranging from convenient suburban condominiums to sprawling regal estates.
Palm Beach Shores and Singer Island
Epitomizing “island time,” this quiet town is surrounded by water on three sides
The warm waters of the Gulf Stream are closer to land on Singer Island than any other place in North America. The municipality of Palm Beach Shores is primarily residential, and it’s among the tiniest you’ll find in the state. It’s just 10 blocks long and three blocks wide. Perhaps unexpectedly but nonetheless enjoyable, here you’ll find waterfront dining, marinas, world-class fishing and watersports of all kinds.
Beaches, sailing and legendary diving are just some of the amenities of this growing harbor city
Riviera Beach is a growing city that features four strong sectors: marine, medical, industrial and hospitality. It offers a wide range of residential communities and education options, including a premier national magnet school and specialized maritime academy. And its deep-water access and world-class yacht sales, service and repair facilities make it a go-to destination for marine industry firms and boaters.
This small but growing town features waterfront amenities and a friendly beach-town spirit
Just west of Jupiter Inlet Colony, you’ll find Tequesta: a waterfront community with breathtaking ocean vistas, charming boutiques, historical treasures, majestic churches, cultural venues and events, and an appealing choice of recreational activities. Tequesta is a small but developing town with dedicated resources to help local businesses and residents continue to prosper and grow.